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    hi i just wanna ask about penetration tests,its work only for LAN?
    for ex.
    i have 2 computers they are connected from router
    1 comp has 192.168.2.2 IP
    2 comp has 192.168.2.3 IP

    when i try penetration test msfconsole from 1 comp to 2 comp my kaspersky show me that i'm attack from 1 comp. but when i try penetration test to my friend which is from other city i think its not working :S

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    Quote Originally Posted by markomk View Post
    hi i just wanna ask about penetration tests,its work only for LAN?
    for ex.
    i have 2 computers they are connected from router
    1 comp has 192.168.2.2 IP
    2 comp has 192.168.2.3 IP

    when i try penetration test msfconsole from 1 comp to 2 comp my kaspersky show me that i'm attack from 1 comp. but when i try penetration test to my friend which is from other city i think its not working :S
    Sayyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy what?

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    Quote Originally Posted by relik View Post
    Sayyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy what?
    nothing happen :S
    but my question was penetration is only for lan or?

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    How's that go?:

    This isn't our first day here, and you are by far, not the first ftard to come here and try to pull this garbage.

    For your own ease of use, feel free to choose from one of the following standard ftard retorts.

    1. You guys suck and need to get laid.
    2. You're all just a bunch of homo's.
    3. I don't need your help.
    4. Everyone is using BT to break the law.
    5. It's past my bedtime and daddy wants to use the computer to download monkey pr0n.
    Stop trying to "hack" your "friend's" computer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by theberries View Post
    How's that go?:



    Stop trying to "hack" your "friend's" computer.
    i'm not trying to "hack" my friend computer,we just wanna know that we are secure

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    Secure from whom? Each other or professional Pen Testers? If the former, I'd say you have zero to be concerned about.

    Please pentest on your own, private lan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by markomk View Post
    nothing happen :S
    but my question was penetration is only for lan or?
    The details that you give out in your first post are way to sparse to pinpoint your problem. But the answer to this question is no, naturally a box can be penetrated/hacked/compromised over the WAN as well as LAN given the right conditions. This is however against the rules of most ISP's, which is why you are advised to keep your testing on your own private LAN network.
    -Monkeys are like nature's humans.

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    If your friend has a NAT device, like a router, you would be hitting that instead of his computer. Also you should not be running metasploit over the internet because it is most likely not legal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dudeman02379 View Post
    If your friend has a NAT device, like a router, you would be hitting that instead of his computer. Also you should not be running metasploit over the internet because it is most likely not legal.
    There's no most likely about it.
    Of course, if you really wanted to have some fun, go to Wal-Mart late at night and ask the greeter if they could help you find trashbags, roll of carpet, rope, quicklime, clorox and a shovel. See if they give you any strange looks. --Streaker69

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    I've been hanging around for a while but have only learn't enough to interact and help. But, I have noticed a lot of posts recently about hacking across WAN. In most cases its illegal unless you have a special contract with an ISP to use tools in such a case.
    We will not help people hack over WAN, if you have such a contract you wouldn't need to ask for help, if you do need help then don't ask. It is probably in breach of T&Cs and laws.
    Maybe a point to add to the forums rules.

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